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the attorney general's office. >> they warned businesses you better not gouge. >> anyone who violated the law will face significant penalty --enalties. but one economist says this is stupid. what they call gouging is a good thing. >> straight off of the onomics exam. price since a a valuable signal what is really scarce what is hard to come by in disaster areas. we can engage with the economic triage with the $30 flashlight we think maybe we should pass in the those for who really need them. we create shortages people want more flashlights and people are willing to bring to the market. if the price rises it says bring flashlights toe york and new jersey. john: chris christie i thought he was free-market. he does not get this? >> apparently he does not. what is basic economics is to dance for the governor of new jersey. john: the store that sold us did not have power pumping water from their basement. i could see what they want to to charge extra. if they could be fined $25,000. >> and important point* it is obvious they have other issues to do with by allowing the signal player and allowing p
law in this country because th judicial process is so slow. over there, that is ridiculous. honestly, power corrupts. look at our own country. the president of the united states. secretary of treasury did not pay his taxes. [talking over each other] >> forgot to pay the taxes on a private plane. and telling you. it's all about the scandal and the tax is right here. >> i don't know. it seems like somethi i could see appening i rhode island, t that's about it. melissa: other problems. another case. but we won't. melissa: all kinds of stuff. this next one is really crazy. a guy wanting to get rid of extra step before moving bus ads on craigslist for every yard sale. people showed up before the start time. guess what happened? broke into his house and just clean the place out. it was ransacked, and now look at this. look at this. that is all that is left. the goblins himself. agassi did not worthy and very well. >> this story. can you imagine? melissa: he said everything must go. >> a ticket literally. >> and if you have never had a wry sale, gr up in the midwest. people show up at your
of states. some states have different laws. we've seen some of those laws being waved. melissa: let me ask you a quick before we run out of time. only a third of gas stations in new york city are open. a third in new jersey, a third in long island. howong do you bet it will be things are back to normal and you can pull up to a station and not wait five hours for gas? how long? >> i say a weekefore a lot of gas stations are online. melissa: a week. thanks so much for coming on. appreciate your time. >> thanks. melissa: patience is in short supply across the region as drivers who can find and open gas station ve to deal with lines that literally stretch on for miles and miles. i mean, you can take this kind of video almost everywhere across new jersey and new york and just see these lines. rick leventhal is live in clifton, new jersey, one of these places with the latest. >> and, melissa, i want to add something to what your guest is saying. we were at a service plaza on the garden statearkway there. they didn't have power there but had a large industrialized generator and that generator was
leaving passengers on more than 15,000 flights stranded? my mother-in-law was one of them. she is trapped overseas. that kind of cuts both ways. look at picture of jetblue tarmac in laguardia airport. we know the storm could end up costing billions of dollars in damages. what about the travel industry this when will marined travelers get home. we have an expert at travel skills group, chris mcginnis. thanks very much for joining us. we appreciate it. >> sure thing. melissa: i even saw one estimate that said 18,000 flights. it just keeps climbing. is this a loss because, you know those flights didn't happen. people that were somewhere have to get home. but people who never left are, they're not going on those trips. >> yeah. they're displaced peel. there is displaced people all over the whole country right now. 7,000 cancellations yesterday. about 7,000 today. luckily looking into tomorrow we're looking about a a thousand cancellations. it is coming around pretty quickly. we still have all four new york airports shut down right now. there is not a good idea when they will be coming back up
a president in a motorcade. takes a lot of law enforcement resources. there are a lot of streets may or may not be closed down. here in pennsylvania we would probably be able to get him around. we don't have the devastation to the extent that the people in new jersey and people in new york have. i'm sure that is where the president feel he needs to be and should job what do you think of how effusive governor christie has been of the president? it left a lot of people scratching their heads. was it surprising to you? >> well i haven't seen it. i've been out on the road. so i, i haven't had a chance to receive the news very much. but i will say this, governor christie is a very honest man. he is giving you his opinion. i was asked today about what i thought about the work of fema. i have to tell you fema has done a great job with our pennsylvania emergency management agency. very pleased at their responsiveness. i'm pleased at their responsiveness from the president and telling us they will be there to help us. so i think if, christie is talking that way he has an honest feeling about that. m
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